Basagran T/O has been registered for several years as a directed application and as an over-the-top application on limited plant species. However, growers have expressed the need to have additional plants added for over-the-top applications.
Lontrel (clopyralid) was initially registered in 1998 for environmental horticulture uses. This initial label contained an extensive list of environmental horticulture plants where Lontrel could be used without causing phytotoxicity.
Phlox is a genus containing around sixty species in the plant family Polemoniaceae. Phlox consists of both perennial and annual plants that are mostly native to North America. The name phlox comes from the Greek word meaning “flame,” referring to the bright, colorful blooms they can produce.
F6123 is a fungicide being developed by FMC for the control of diseases on environmental horticulture crops such as anthracnose, powdery mildew, black spot, rusts, leaf spots and other foliar diseases.
SP2700 is a new fungicide being developed by SePro for the control of diseases on environmental horticulture crops such as Alternaria, Cylindrocladium, Fusarium, Rhizoctonia, and Thielaviopsis.
Clematis have great variety in flower form, color, bloom season, plant height and fragrance; all factors that contribute to their reputation as “queen of the vines.”